UNIQLO installs vending machines containing clothes in selected airports
 

UNIQLO installs vending machines containing clothes in selected airports

with over 5 million vending machines nationwide, japan is the country with the highest density of this consumer goods automated boxes and UNIQLO — a japanese casual wear designer — is no stranger to this. after building the world’s biggest vending machine at their harajuku store — sadly no longer there — they now return with the uniqlo to go, a vending machine containing clothes for travelers and passersby  to be installed inside airports and shopping malls. 

UNIQLO installs vending machines containing clothes in selected airports
the uniqlo to go vending machine is easily operated through a touchscreen

 

 

launched earlier this week at california’s oakland international airport, the uniqlo to go vending machine stocks two of their most popular products both from the LifeWear collection: the thermal heat-tech t-shirt and the ultra light down jacket. available in different sizes and colors, people who decide to buy from the vending machine can do it through a touch screen. as for the return policy, unwanted items can be returned at the shops or by mail.

UNIQLO installs vending machines containing clothes in selected airports
the machine stocks two items from the LifeWear collection: the thermal heat-tech t-shirt and the ultra light down jacket

 

 

uniqlo’s plan is to continue installing vending machines in the next two months. locations include hollywood & highland center in los angeles, houston airport, and queens center in new york.

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